Marijuana Today Daily Headlines
Tuesday, November 5, 2019 | Curated by host Shea Gunther
// Walk-in clinics at Walmart are getting schooled in cannabis (Leafly)
// Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court to hear arguments on Gov. Charlie Baker’s vape ban (Mass Live)
// No pot use allowed in public housing even though it’s legal in Illinois CHA says (Chicago Sun Times)
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// South Dakota Marijuana Activists Turn In More Than Enough Signatures For 2020 Ballot Questions (Marijuana Moment)
// The cannabis industry generates tons of extra waste. Here’s why (Leafly)
// Number Of Banks Working With Marijuana Businesses Levels Off Federal Data Shows (Marijuana Moment)
// Aurora Cannabis covets California’s weed culture but can’t pronounce one word correctly (Market Watch)
// FL patients hard-pressed to find smokable medical pot as demand increases (Miami Herald)
// Maine finally ready to take applications for marijuana businesses (Portland Press Herald)
// Michigan nets 52 adult-use marijuana applications on first day (Marijuana Business Daily)
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